Directory of Indiana Grantmakers

 

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IMPORTANT NOTICE

Indiana Philanthropy Alliance (IPA) is grateful for subscribers of the Directory of Indiana Grantmakers (Directory). We hope you have found it useful and a valuable investment of your resources.

When IPA started publishing the Directory, our goal was to offer a simple and affordable tool for Indiana grantseekers. However, since that time, a whole host of affordable resources have become available that we feel offer competitive, easy to access alternatives. Due to the availability of these hi-tech resources, we have made the decision to stop publishing our Directory.

Regardless of their renewal date, all current subscribers will have access to the Directory until November 30, 2019, after which time the web-portal will no longer be accessible.

We know the information available through our Directory is important to individuals and organizations seeking foundation partners. That’s why we’ve included the below list of free and paid resources for grantseekers. Please note, this is a sampling and there are many other companies offering robust search capabilities for paid subscriptions. We hope this information is helpful.

If you have any questions about your subscription or any of the resources listed below, please contact IPA’s Director of Knowledge Management, Sarah Geis at sgeis@inphilanthropy.org or call 317-630-5200, Ext. 113.


Resources for Grantseekers

Funding Information Network
Foundation Center provides free funding information through more than 400 Funding Information Network locations (formerly called Cooperating Collections) — libraries, community foundations, and other nonprofit resource centers located across the U.S. and several countries. Use their map to find a network location near you. It’s a good idea to contact the Funding Information Network prior to visiting the location to learn more about the resources and to find out if a librarian will be available to assist that specializes in grantseeker data.

Foundation Directory Online (FDO)
Hosted by Foundation Center, FDO offers an extensive, up-to-date database of philanthropic giving at various subscription levels. FDO includes data on 140,000 foundations and other donors worldwide.

Indiana Philanthropy Alliance Member Directory
IPA provides a public listing of our members, which includes members who have given their permission to be included. Grantmakers are searchable by funder type and include a link to their website. IPA members include public and private foundations, corporate giving programs, governmental grantmakers, regranting organizations, philanthropic advisors and other qualified individuals. Collectively, IPA membership awards more than $846 million in grants each year. IPA itself does not make grants.

Indiana Foundation Stats
Created by IPA in association with Foundation Center and the United Philanthropy Forum, Indiana Foundation Stats is an online portal providing a snapshot of Indiana giving. This web-tool includes a list of top 25 Indiana foundations by assets and total giving. You can also search top funders by subject area, including education, human services, and economic development.

Grants.gov
Grants.gov is the source to find and apply for federal government grants, with over 1,000 grant programs offered by all federal grant making agencies.

GuideStar
Use GuideStar's database to find information on nonprofits registered with the IRS. You can find information on nearly 3,000 organizations by entering “Indiana” into the geography field and searching by the keyword “foundation.”

Cash for Your Classroom
Accredited Schools Online created this guide to provide teachers and administrators with expert tips and resources for raising funds and building relationships.

Indianapolis Public Library
On the Indianapolis Public Library website, you’ll find a variety of nonprofit resources, including information on how to start a nonprofit, program development tools, and funding resources.

Your Local Library
Libraries often offer resources for grantseekers, including access to shared data portals on grantmakers. Contact your local library to learn about their resources for nonprofits and grantseekers.